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Collecting Game ROMs for the Mario Wallet

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Hey there, development is ongoing with the Mario wallet. Its release target is for around the turn of the year. Currently, a collection of classic GameBoy color game ROMs are being complied to be included in it. Examples of places where you can find GameBoy color game ROMs are here, here and here.

Please reply to this post with names of games that you would love to see in Mario.

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Hardware Wallet Market | 2021 – 26 | Industry Share, Size, Growth – Mordor Intelligence

Study Period:                           2019- 2026
Base Year:                                  2020
Fastest Growing Market:     Asia Pacific
Largest Market:                       Europe
CAGR:                                          29.24 %

Market Overview

The global hardware wallet market was valued at USD 202.40 million in 2020. It is expected to be valued at USD 877.69 million by 2026, registering a CAGR of approximately 29.24% over the forecast period (2021-2026). The rapidly growing demand for cryptocurrency during the pandemic has positively influenced the market for the hardware wallet. Cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin are gradually making a transition from uncertain investment instruments to payments. There is growing attention to payment habits and the financial life cycle, as the COVID-19 pandemic has led to more calls for dematerialization of payments.

  • Hardware wallets are the physical devices that store private keys for cryptocurrencies offline in an encrypted device. Private keys in these wallets are required while spending cryptocurrencies, and the wallets enable traders to store the keys safely while protecting the information.
  • With the expansion of the cryptocurrency market in December 2017, numerous new users gained knowledge about blockchain and cryptocurrency and started exploring the same. Thus, there has been a significant rise in blockchain and cryptocurrency wallet users. According to a survey conducted by in 2021, there are more than 68.42 million blockchain wallet users. This number is expected to grow further as mobile accessibility improves rapidly.​
  • Companies producing hardware wallets are experiencing an exponential increase in demand. With an increase in the number of people owning multiple cryptocurrencies, the demand for wallets is also increasing. The flexibility offered by these solutions, compared to software, web wallets, and paper wallets, impacts the growth of the market studied.
  • Indiegogo launched HooFoo, the first app and hardware combination wallet that secures and simplifies cryptocurrency transactions. The recent numerous Bitcoin exchange hacks have driven the company to invent a safer cold storage Bitcoin wallet for cryptocurrency.
  • Further, in February 2021, NEM Group and the NEM ecosystem announced that Ledger’s Nano S and Nano X hardware wallets now support the NEM NIS1 XEM token and are expected to support the XYM token on the launch of Symbol by NEM. The integration allows users to safely hold XEM and XYM assets by owning and securing their private keys with their ledger hardware wallets while using the NEM Nano Wallet to manage their tokens.
  • Further, companies are gradually focusing on adding an extra layer of security to their products. For instance, in March 2021, the Goldpac Group selected IDEX Biometrics as its technology partner for its digital currency project in China. The company now plans to deploy IDEX’s fingerprint sensors in a new hardware-based digital wallet that may be compatible with the country’s new Digital Currency/Electronic Payment (DC/EP) program. DC/EP is essentially a digital version of the fiat CNY.
  • Furthermore, some jurisdictions have gone further and imposed restrictions on investments in cryptocurrencies, the extent of which varies from one jurisdiction to another. Some countries (Algeria, Morocco, Nepal, Pakistan, Bolivia, and Vietnam) have banned all activities involving cryptocurrencies.

Scope of the Report

Hardware wallets are among the most convenient and safest options for storing cryptocurrency (where one can store private keys in a secure physical device). These have significant advantages over standard software wallets, such that private keys are often stored in a protected area of a microcontroller and cannot be transferred out of the device in plaintext. Although hardware wallets make transactions online, they are stored offline, which delivers increased security. Hardware wallets can be compatible with several web interfaces and can support different currencies.​

By Type:USB
By Geography:North America
Asia Pacific
Rest of the world
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Bowser Wallet Officially Launches Today

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Dear Bitcoiners,

Development and testing of the Bowser Bitcoin hardware wallet has finally completed, it’s production ready, and starts shipping Bowser wallets today. All user acceptance tests have passed and we finally have the first ever undercover Bitcoin wallet in the world for sale here in this store. Please allow 1 to 2 months for your Bowser wallet to arrive after shipping.

A big thank you is due to Ben Arc, developer of the Bowser Bitcoin hardware wallet software. Without him this project would not have been possible.

Focus is now directed at the Mario wallet where development and testing continues, coming soon…

Keep stacking, Bitcoiners

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There is Lots of Opportunity in the Self Custody Wallet Space

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‘Bitcoin Family’ hides bitcoin, ethereum and litecoin in secret vaults

Didi Taihuttu, along with his wife and three kids, liquidated all of their assets and bought bitcoin in 2017, back when it was trading at around $900. Now, the Dutch family of five is safeguarding most of their crypto fortune in secret vaults on four different continents. 

“I have hidden the hardware wallets across several countries so that I never have to fly very far if I need to access my cold wallet, in order to jump out of the market,” explained Taihuttu, patriarch of the so-called Bitcoin Family.

Taihuttu has two hiding spots in Europe, another two in Asia, one in South America, and a sixth in Australia.

We aren’t talking buried treasure – none of the sites are below ground or on a remote island – but the family told CNBC the crypto stashes are hidden in different ways and in a variety of locations, ranging from rental apartments and friends’ homes to self-storage sites.

“I prefer to live in a decentralized world where I have the responsibility to protect my capital,” said Taihuttu.

Hot vs. cold storage

There are a lot of ways to store crypto coins. Online exchanges like Coinbase and PayPal will custody tokens for users, while the more tech savvy may opt to cut out the middleman and hold their crypto cash on personally owned hardware wallets.

Thumb drive-size devices like a Trezor or Ledger offer a way to secure crypto tokens. Square is also building a hardware wallet and service “to make bitcoin custody more mainstream.”

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Welcome to the UndercoverWallet Blog

Welcome to the blog! New products, deals, and important Bitcoin hardware wallet information from around the world will be released here.

Keep a lookout for a new undercover wallet to be released later this year or early in the next. Please do get in touch if you have any questions, comments, or features that you would like to see in the next release.

Keep stacking, Bitcoiners.